WATCH: Michael Coren & Hillel Neuer discuss The U.N. Human Rights Council

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Ron Prosor, Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, wrote on his facebook page, 12 Feb 2013, the following:

Last night I met with 60 students from the Columbia University Law School in New York. The students asked great questions and we had an interesting discussion.

Photo: Ron ProsorIsrael's Ambassador to the United Nations12 Feb 2013Last night I met with 60 students from the Columbia University Law School in New York. The students asked great questions and we had an interesting discussion.One of the students asked me about Israel's complex relationship with the UN.Although they were all law students, my answer was mathematical:22 Arab states56 members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation132 'Non Aligned Movement'And what is the result?A triple standard.One standard for 86 democratic countries.A second standard for 106 non-democracies.And finally - a very special standard for the world's one and only Jewish state - Israel.This is the UN's "Triple Standard" equation.

One of the students asked me about Israel’s complex relationship with the UN.

Although they were all law students, my answer was mathematical:

22 Arab states
56 members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation
132 ‘Non Aligned Movement’

And what is the result?

A triple standard.
One standard for 86 democratic countries.
A second standard for 106 non-democracies.
And finally – a very special standard for the world’s one and only Jewish state – Israel.

This is the UN’s “Triple Standard” equation.

Now that you have the figures above, listen to this video of Michael Coren interviewing Hillel Neuer, Director of  the NGO, United Nations Watch as they discuss the absurdities of The U.N. Human Rights Council.

 

This interview was on Mar 1, 2013 and the video published by sun news network.ca

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